Popular Ghanaian rapper, Emmanuel Botwe, better known as ‘Kwaw Kese’ has unleashed his anger on Ghanaian politicians, especially top members of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP).
According to the controversial rapper, he simply can’t understand why Ghana as a country has only 55 ambulances, and yet one person in within the NPP could afford the purchase of 275 buses for his political party because he is seeking for power.
Speaking in an latest Instagram video posted by Ghanafuo.com, the ‘Abodam’ man stated that God will continue to rain mayhem on Ghanaian politicians one after the other until they all meet their untimely deaths.
The musician who was clearly not happy about Ghana’s health system submitted that life in Nsawam maximum prison is far better than Korle-bu teaching hospital.
Kwaw Kese expressing his frustrations called on God to kill all Ghanaian politicians one after the other for pushing for their interests at the expense of the suffering masses.
“Due to foolishness, Nsawam Prison is far better than Korle-Bu and other hospitals in the country. People still lie on the floor in Korle-bu and Children’s hospitals in Ghana,” the rapper lamented.
"Come to think of it that the whole country has 55 ambulances, even with that some are broken down. But a political party bought 275 buses for its party members. God should continue punishing Ghana and strike all the top politicians dead,” Kwaw Kese cursed.
Kwaw Kese’s outburst comes a week after he and his wife lost their newborn baby, just 24 hours after delivery at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
The musician who appears to have been appalled by the deplorable state of Ghana’s health system believes his baby could've survived if hospitals were properly resourced by political leaders.
From all indications, the rapper appears to be sick and tired of the conduct of Ghanaian leaders in finding workable solutions for the citizens.
Kwaw Kese in the video also decried bad living conditions in the country as well as corrupt practices that have characterized Ghana’s current political system.
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